A cold and bright start to the morning over most of England and Wales as well as southern Ireland. Wintry showers in northern and western Scotland with further wintry showers affecting the north and west of Wales as well as Cornwall and western Devon. Cloudier skies through this afternoon with further wintry showers, mostly around northern and western coast and hills. Further wintry showers could affect parts of East Anglia too. Highs at 2C in northern Scotland, 6C in southern England.
Further wintry showers around wester, northern and eastern coasts tonight. Most of the showers affecting northern and central Scotland. Western Wales and parts of northern Cornwal and Northern Ireland although seeing frequent, although lighter showers. Dry elsewhere with clear skies. This allows temperatures to fall quickly and a widespread locally severe frost to form. Lows at 0 to -4C but -8C in central Scotland.
Pressure remains high through Wednesday with the high being centred south of Ireland. Fronts will be passing eastwards bringing some cloud and outbreaks of drizzle and rain over western and northern Ireland and much of central and western Scotland. Low cloud and mist over western coasts too. Northwest England will see increasing low cloud and drizzle. Drier and brighter over thee southern half of England and Wales as well as southeast Ireland. Mostly dry in northeast England and eastern Scotland too. Highs at 3C in northern Scotland, 8C in the cloudier west, 10C in eastern England.
Low pressure passes to the north of Scotland on Thursday. A fair amount of cloud and staying cold across much of England and Wales as well as southern Ireland. Getting brighter in Scotland and the north and west of Ireland, the showers turning wintry in northern Scotland with a risk of gales here. Some rain into northern England, north Wales and central and southern Ireland in the afternoon. Staying dry in the south. Highs at 7 to 10C, turning colder in northern Scotland during the day.